The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 25, 1931 · Page 12
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March 25, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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MARCH 25 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE II TOMORROW At the \ THIRD SESSION OF the. Globe-Gazette's FREE AT *7r 1 3 HIGH SCHOOJ- AUDITORIUM Mrs. Ruth Campbell WILL CONTINUE HER FINE SERIES OF LECTURES ON THE Problems of the Housewife Gome Early Musical Program will start at 1P.M. The marked interest of women following these sessions is evidence of ·the popularity of cooking demonstrations by an authority. No matter how lonp; cooking has been done, there are little ideas about measuring ingredients, temperatures, decorations and serving that are welcome. These unusual hints in cookery are making these lectures helpful. Everyone is invited to attend this next session. · Lecture Will Start At 2P.M. BRING YOUR PENCIL AND NOTEBOOK TOMORROW JOHNBRODIGAN RITES ARE HELD Emmetsburg Victim of Train and Auto Accident Is Buried. , EMMETSBUKG, March 25.-Funeral services for John Brodigan, who was killed Sunday evening when the car in which he was riding crashed into a fast Milwaukee passenger'eight miles west of here, were held at the Assumption church here thia morning, the Rev. J. G. Murtaugh in .charge. A number of the victim's.children were present. Dave Brodigan, brother of the dead man, who was injured in the same accident, is rapidly improving in the local hospital and will probably be discharged the last of the week. , Road Commission to Pave in Lake Mills, Councilmen Are Told LAKE MILLS, March 25.--Members, of the state highway commission gave the.assurance that their part of the paving program in Lake Mills would be fulfilled according to the plans of tha city council^ Members of the council who had a conference with the state highway commission at Ames were assured that the commission would pave an 18 foot strip thru the city on Main street and north from Main street on Mill to and including- the tracks of the M. St. I/, railroad, near the Farmers' Elevator company. Engineers from the highway department will survey the streets ou which state paving is to be laid, from which specifications will be made for the advertising for' bida. Bids will be made separately for the city's part and the state's part of 'the paving. ' , Mrs. Oner Dow Be Buried Thursday in Garner Cemetery GARNER, March 25.--Burial services will be held in Concord cemetery here for Mrs, Oner Dow, Des .Moines, Thursday afternoon following memorial services at Des Moines. Mrs. Dow who was a resident of Garner for many .years, died Monday morning at her home near the state historical building in Des Moiues. Mrs. Dow served as president for 10 years of the Des Moines branch of the W. F. M. S. of the Methodist Episcopal church. This branch includes Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas and Louisiana. As field secretary, Mrs. Dow was well known thru this region. Visit in Blairsburg. LATIMER--Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Johnson and family visited relatives at.Blalrsbursr Sunday.-^/ At Mason City's THEATERS ANOTHER FILM ILLUSION CHAPIN HOST TO COUNTY LEGION Champlin Gives Address/at Meeting of Franklin Organization. CHAPIN^ March 25,--The Franklin county Legion and auxiliary meeting was held at the Legion hall Monday evening.. The meeting was opened by Charles Nolte, county cormriander of Hampton. The address of welcome was given by F. R. Mallory of Chapin and ·responded by Mrs. Murphy of Hampton. Vocal solos were given by Howard Ruriton of Sheffield, Mrs. Bredt of Hampton and Burton North of Chapin. Readings were given by Mr. Murphy of Hampton and Inez Ewens of Cha~pin and saxophone solo by Miss No- la Kammier of Sheffield. District Commander Champlin of Clarion was the speaker of the evening and the Hampton drum and Bugle corps gave an exhibition. Cylinder Superintendent Elected for Fourth Year CYLINDER, March 25.--L. D. Frederickson has" been re-elected superintendent of schools here for the fourth year. Nona of the present force of teachers, have been re-elected altho it is understood that it least some of them will be asked to stay for another year. There will be no cut in salaries for the present force. Lecture to Bo Otven. NORA. SPRINGS, March 25. The Rev. Thomas Anderson of Charles City will give an illustrated lecture on "The Holy Land of Today," Friday evening at the Community hall, under the auspices of the American Legion. Meets House Finance Committee. AMES, March 25.--President R. M. Hughea of Iowa State college, attended a meeting in Des Moines today of the finance .committee of the house of representatives, the state board of education and the presidents of the three state educational institutions to discuss problems con- concerning appropriations for the coming biennium. ITCHING SKIN BANISHED' BY ANTISEPTIC. ZEMO If Itching, burning skin makes life unbearable, quickly apply Zemo, the soothing, cooling, invisible family antiseptic. Thousands find that Zemo brings swift relief from Itch- Ing, helps to draw out local Infection and restore the skin ,to normal. For 20 years Zemo has been clearing up skin, relieving plmplea, rash and other skin irritations. Never be without it. Sold every- where--35o, 60c and $1.00. . PALACE Aren't these movie folk daring? Ties, sir. Ben Lyon is ranking love to Ona. Munson on a narrow girder, undisturbed by their precarious position. Look closer and you will discover the reason. The "girder" Is a wooden skeleton on a studio set and the step ladder gives a 1 hint of Ben's nearness to the zrnuhd. nesday, ranks among: the besf in modern American literature transferred to the screen, with the additional aid of the sound medium. II was adapted from Helen Grace Carlisle's best-selling novel of the same name, and retains all the poignant drama of : mother love that marked the pages of the book. First National chose to reproduce the novel exactly as written, and this wise decision makes the protoplay foolproof in story value. Hobart Henley handled the directional post with the capable facility that has marked his ~ recent success with "The Lady Lies," and "The Big Pond." Henley has hrot to the screen the many dramatic situations of the story with stark reality. He tells the story of a mother'^ love and devotion to her children with an, arresting sincerity. --o-"Danger Lights," with Louis Wol- heim, is to be presented Wednesday evening for the last time at the Iowa theater. "The Florodora Girl," a story o* the Gay Nineties, will be shown Thursday only at the Iowa. Marion Never take a woman at her face value. And don't judge a woman's character by the clothes she wears. These points of estimate, which have been used for centuries in the evolution of womanly qualities and virtues, are proved radically wrong in Radio Pictures' "The Lady Refuses," which opened Wednesday at the Cecil theater. Because^ her clothes create the impression she is not a lady, Betty is hired by an anxious father to lay a love trap for his erring son. However, appeaV- ances belie her real character and the woman*, emerges out of the tangle a little more than a street angel. "The Lauy Refuses" is an interesting, entertaining story of a triple love and renunciation. In the cast are Betty Gompson, John Dar T row, Margaret Livingston, Gilbert Emery and'Daphne Pollard. As evidence o f - h o w the talking picture has brot the arts of stage and screen closely together, Paramount presents the cast of "Unfaithful," which opened Wednesday at the Palace theater. The director, author, star and featured players are all former stage luminaries who. interested themselves in cinema making' only after the advent of talking pictures. John · Cromwell, the director, was at the height of a successful stage career when talking pictures tempted him. John van Druten, the author, ia the man who wrote the stage sensation "Young Woodley.". "Unfaithful" is his first screen story4 Ruth .Chatterton, .the star, deserted the stage when talking pictures beckoned ' her to a greater success. Paul Luks was a stage favorite in Hungary; Paul Cavanagh starred in London and ew York stage hits; Donald Cook was leading man in the Broadway hits, "Paris Bound" and "Rebound." Juliette Compton was a musica' comedy favorite in New York anc London. --o-"Mother's Cry," the Ffrsl Nation al and Vitaphone picture which opened at the Strand theater Wed Ruh-0own,Weak Nervous? To have plenty of firm flesh and the ability to do a-big day'swork and feel "like a two-year old" at night, you must cat three good meals a day, relish your, food and properly digest t. If you can't cat, can't sleep, can't work, just give Tanlac the chance to do for you what it has done for millions. Mrs. Fred Wcstin, of 387 E. 57th St. North, Portland, Ore., says: "Tanlac cured my stomach trouble completely after three years'of suffering. It built me up to perfect health, with a gain of 27 Ibs. That was two years ago, and I still enjoy the best of health." Tanlac is wonderful for indigestion and constipation--gas pains, nausea, dizziness and headaches. It brings back lost appetite, helps you 'digest your food, and gain strength and weight. It contains no mineral drugs; it is made of roots, barks and herbs, nature's own medicines for the sick. The cost is less than zc a dose. Get a bottle from your druggist. Your money back if it doesn't help. MERLE SIMS. ORCHESTRA OF ALBERT I.B.A Will Play for the AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DAL'CE Saturday Night, March 28 AT THE ARMORY Admission Always 25c. New ventilating system now tn operation. Davies is starred with Lawrence Gray, Walter Catlett, Louis John Bartels, Ilka Chase, Vivian Oakland, Jed Prouty, Claude AUiater. Sam Hardy and Nance O'Neil. Dangerous to let a COLD hang on. Stop it in a hurry with HILL'S CASCARA QUININE. Take two tiny tablets now, follow directions, and TN A DAY the four medicinal agents compounded into each HILL'S tablet will break up that cold, make you feel fine . . . or druggist will refund your money. Avoid substitutes. DEMAND THE RED BOX HILL'S Last Time Wednesday ROBERT Armstrong LOUIS Wqlheim -- IN NOW .. STARTING - SATURDAY EL BRENDEL and FIPI DORSAY in "MR. LEMON OP ORANGE" _ First Lady ^^^^^A of the Screen CARTOON COMEDY AND NEWS WOMAN ANSWERS THE ETERNAL QUESTION! Danger Lights Thursday MARION DAVIES in "THE FLORODORA GIRL" ;STRAND Direction A. H. Blank Beirins Wed., Ends Friday · A. Brand New Theme in motion Pictures Helen Grace Carlisle's novel that Fannio Hurst a, n d every leading critic hailed as a masterpiece. With DOROTHY PETERSON David Manners, Helen " Chandler, Sidney Blnckmcr, Evelyn Knapp Love born of a baby's first sweet kiss. That's why mothers cry with heart tears. The screen tells nil, with a fearless frankness that has never been excelled. YOUR HEART WILL.UNDERSTAND S. SHOWS START AT 1-8-5-7-0 /" canie f r o m t h e ' streets ... . lived love's s p l e n d o r s f o r a n hour . . . and turned her back on Paradise! Every Woman Knows Why- Next « r _ J _ . r Tuesday JtSOCly Ellssa Farrell L a n d ! REFUSES Human Emotions Ablaze In Drama That Will Make Your rfeart S t a n d Still! Angel of the Streets with Wings Scorched PASSION AND PATHOS With BETTY COMPSQN EXTRA ADDED F E A T U R E S "MICKEY MOUSE" "LEATHER PUSHER" "FOX NEWS" M A S O N C I T Y ' S F I N E S T T H E A T E R COMING SAT., Buster Kaaton in "Parlor, Bedroom and Bath"

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